Why MIllet Meal A Day?
Millets are easy to digest, contain a high amount of lecithin and are excellent for strengthening the nervous system. They have niacin, B6 and folic acid, and calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium and zinc.
Millets are good for people who are gluten-intolerant. Its fiber content also helps to prevent constipation and may reduce the risk of developing bowel disorders including bowel, colon. Most executives work long hours with almost no exercise. Restaurants serve rich food with butter, oil and cheese which has led to various health ailments.
Environmental Benefits from Millet farming:
Unlike rice and wheat that require many inputs in terms of soil fertility and water, millets grow well in dry regions as rainfed crops. By eating millets, we will be encouraging farmers in dryland areas to grow crops that are best suited for those regions. This is a step towards sustainable cropping practices where by introducing diversity in our diets, we respect the biodiversity in nature rather than forcefully changing cropping patterns to grow wheat and rice everywhere.